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Pylon

A large tower containing power lines. Pylons are used in the operations of some utility companies.
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But sale of that site is again dependent on the removal of a giant electricity pylon.
Top of the list is a site dedicated to electricity pylons.
LETHAL Electricity pylon SHOWING OFF Michael O'Nion ignored warning signs and climbed up the 100ft pylon
A warning has been issued by the Electricity Association to a company that released a children's film featuring a boy climbing a electricity pylon with just rubber gloves for protection.
Sources in Quetta Electric Supply Company (Qesco) told APP here that miscreants, during power load shedding had damaged electricity pylon of 33KV transmission line passing between Musakhail and Kangri.
A 20-year-old climbed a high-voltage electricity pylon at Green Hills Court on the South Douglas Road shortly after 11pm on Friday.
A 24-YEAR-OLD German student climbed an electricity pylon in Landau, near the French border, for a view - and received a 20,000-volt shock, burning him badly.
QUETTA, September 01, 2009 (Balochistan Times): A bomb attached to an electricity pylon near a marriage lawn along Spinny Road went off, causing suspension of power supply to the area.
In southern Spain firefighters battled a forest blaze fanned by the winds that broke out after an electricity pylon collapsed north of Benidorm.
NEIGHBOURS in Fillongley are mounting a last-ditch bid to halt plans for Orange phone antennae and dishes on an electricity pylon yards from their homes.
A teenager was fried alive after climbing an electricity pylon for a joke.
JUST 18 months ago depressed Craig Bowler tried to kill himself by scaling a 30ft electricity pylon.
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